Miron is the Official Provider of Construction Services for the Green Bay Packers and Lambeau Field.
The $145 million Lambeau Field Stadium Improvement project began with the addition of approximately 6,700 new seats in the south end zone, two new gates, a rooftop viewing platform in the north end zone, as well as two new HD video boards and a new sound system.
The north end zone included a new stadium gate with six elevators that enables club-seat holders to enter and exit the stadium more efficiently and provides an additional ADA entrance and exit point. In the south end zone, new seats were added in four levels. General seating is featured with abundant restrooms and concessions, in addition to themed areas with indoor concession environments. The new south gate includes pairs of escalators to each level and four elevators to efficiently move fans in and out of the stadium. Both new gates lessen the traffic at other gates throughout Lambeau Field and improve the stadium’s overall entrance and exit patterns.
Phase II included the construction of new and expanded player facilities in the lower level of the stadium, including strength and conditioning rooms, team dining, and an indoor walk-through area with updated technology throughout. The new team dining area is large enough to host postgame receptions for players and their families. The new weight room is more spacious with higher ceilings. The new Conditioning, Rehabilitation and Instructional Center (“CRIC”) provides a 35-yard artificial turf surface to better prepare and rehab players. A tunnel under the plaza leads to a new player parking area.
The Packers Pro Shop doubled its size and moved to the expanded lower level. The enhanced Packers Hall of Fame and unique 1919 Kitchen & Tap have alternate and renovated locations. A new Atrium gate at parking lot level on the east side provides access via escalator to the main floor of the Atrium.
The Oneida Nation Gate has an expanded plaza extending into the east parking lot and permanent rest rooms have been constructed under the plaza. On the north end of the stadium, the Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi statues remain, but in new positions on Harlan Plaza.